Foreign Film

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ Marks Wang Jing as a Filmmaker to Watch

We review Wang Jing's directorial debut, "The Best is Yet to Come" at TIFF 2020. In the aftermath of SARS in 2003, a Chinese journalist makes a startling discovery.

6 Fair

Foreign Lens: About Elly (2009)

About Elly is one of the earlier films from director Asghar Farhadi. 

9 Amazing

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘New Order’s Message of Inequality Get Lost Amid Chaos

LV Taylor reviews the frenetic yet messy 'New Order,' part of 2020's Toronto International Film Festival.

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘Summer of 85’ – An Unforgettable Summer

Chike Coleman's Toronto International Film Festival review of Summer of 85, a heartbreaking romance about an unforgettable Summer.

9 Amazing

Foreign Lens: Fat Girl (2001)

Chike Coleman's Foreign Lens takes a look at 2001's Fat Girl, the French psychological drama, written and directed by Catherine Breillat.

8 Great

TIFF 2020 Review: ‘Gaza Mon Amour’ Delivers a Second Chance at Love

The latest film from the Nasser brothers (Dégradé) is a satire on love and desire, and an affirmation that life continues amidst the absurdity of living.  

8 Great

Foreign Lens: The Double Life Of Veronique (1991)

Two parallel stories about two identical women; one living in Poland, the other in France. They don't know each other, but their lives are nevertheless profoundly connected.

9 Amazing

Review: Almodóvar and Banderas, ‘Pain And Glory,’ Great Reflection

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Pain and Glory, a self-reflective drama from award-winning director Pedro Almodovar, starring Antonio Banderas.

8 Great

Review: Where The Wild ‘Monos’ Are

Aaron Neuwirth reviews Monos, a wild, thrilling, and vivid cinematic experience. There are memorable visuals and a haunting and offbeat score.

8 Great
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